Tweed Wedding Suits For A Dapper Chap
Country weddings are particularly special; the idyllic rural settings lend themselves to a less formal approach to the day. Pretty village churches, festooned with nonchalantly arranged seasonal flowers, vintage coaches or horse-drawn carriages for transport and the day ending in a marquee with hay bales and country dancing.
They encapsulate a wonderful bucolic celebration that is timeless and quintessentially British. Continue reading to discover the best men’s tweed weddings suits and how to wear tweed suits perfectly.
Over the past ten years, there has been a resurgence of tweed as the cloth of choice for country weddings, not only for guests but also the bridal party.
Tweed has the ability to look both smart, yet relaxed and adds a wonderful individuality to the day.
How to put together your look for the special day: THE SPORTING CHECK
Two of our best wedding suits have proved very popular for country weddings, our lightweight Elland Check, with its subtle blue windowpane, a great choice for warmer months, while our Sporting Check with its ginger and wine overcheck is great if you want to partner your tweed with stronger coloured accessories.
Either go for the full three piece in tweed or add a touch of colour with a moleskin or doeskin waistcoat.
We offer a range of matching hand rolled silk handkerchiefs that beautifully complement our best tweed suits. For this outfit, we have used a ginger pheasant hank to match the ginger found in the Sporting Check.
A tattersall shirt is perfect with tweed, and again gives you a chance to add some colour, the pheasant check shirt in yellow is beautifully smart, and the yellow colour is our favourite with the Sporting Check.
That is the outfit sorted for the day, which just leaves the speech. Make sure you have a stag pewter flask, discretely tucked into your inside pocket in case a little nip is required. Don’t forget to compliment your new mother-in-law, and tell the bridesmaids they look beautiful!